Annual AAWL kitten adoption clinic returns to Scottsdale Quarter
PHOENIX– The Arizona Animal Welfare League and Scottsdale Quarter are once again preparing for the beginning of their annual Kitten Pop-Up Adoption Shops.
Beginning on Saturday, Valley residents can browse the adoption shop’s kittens and cats from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Since these pop-up adoption shops happen on an annual basis, the partnership between Scottsdale Quarter and AAWL has managed to help hundreds of kittens and cats find permanent homes. The first pop-up shop is on Saturday on the second floor of the building between Gap and Gap Kids. There is no fee for admission to this event.
With kitten season, which is when shelters become full of kittens and cats that are looking for homes, lasting nearly the entire year in Arizona due to the warmer climate, Scottsdale Quarter provides a free space for the series of pop-up shops to hold their adoption clinic.
Through the additional space, the AAWL is able to accommodate for the significant influx of kittens that correlates with kitten season.
The program is tentatively planning additional dates for the series over the summer, and the next clinic is intended to be on June 26 and 27.